The perfect tips for your first business trip!
Wow! First business trip! You must be over the moon in excitement, right? Not to mention, maybe also a bit stressed, at the same time? This is after all a first big responsibility, and you want to make sure you make it all smooth, deliver well, and make an impression!
Get a virtual number in Singapore!
Ever wished you could be in 2 places at the same time? Or at least have a presence in a country that was important to you? Well, now you can have this superpower with Toku’s virtual numbers.
We would like to recommend some helpful apps like ours that you can use while you travel, whether you have an internet connection or not. With our suggestions, you will get around with confidence and convenience, and fully enjoy your trip knowing you are connected everywhere!
Keep in Touch
If you travel more than you are at home, how do you show your friends you care and keep them close?
The solution is simply in staying connected, and letting them know you’re there for them, even when you’re physically away. Thankfully, this generation of apps and social media has made this process very simple, you just have to make the effort.
Imagine you’re sitting in an aircraft in Changi airport, about to take off for work or travel. On one hand you feel excitement for the upcoming trip. Yet, as the announcement comes on to switch off your mobile, your heart sinks, as you know that this signals the beginning of the ‘wi-fi hunt’ in your new destination.
Travelling Made Easy
Hopping on a plane to travel near and far has never been easier. Easy, fast, smooth. A few clicks on a few travel websites, and you’re ready to head out. But what about being connected while you’re on your trip? The huge charge of making calls on roaming is no secret.
How does Toku work?
As you say goodbye to your friends, family, and other connections back home, and they ask you to stay in touch while you travel, you wonder how much of wi-fi you will find in the region you’re headed, especially while on the move…in a train, car, on the streets? International roaming for data is of course super expensive, and without an internet connection, how will you afford international calling?